In 2009, there were 246,283,000 licensed drivers and 254,212,610 registered cars and trucks in the US.
According to the US Department of Transportation, 92% if US households have a vehicle. The average US household had 1.8 drivers and 1.9 vehicles.
more than 254.4 million registered passenger vehicles in the United States alone, and that is only passenger vehicles. not semis or work vans/ trucks or busses
Absolutely not a clue.
They travel by bus, cars and motorbikes in cities. There is no road in the countryside and people either walk or use horses (in mountains) or ox-carts (in the plains).
People use cars so that they do not have to walk. So they can get there faster.
Most people that name their cars use a females name.
there are very many small water ways so people cant drive they have to use a gondola
95% of people.
they used mini cars but mostly they did not use cars at all. you can write that they did not use any cars at all if you have homework.
People mainly use cars to reach their destination quicker :)
Electric cars are most expensive hence people didn't use them during those days.
They Take ships and dog sled
Countries are stationary and do not ever use cars. The people of Portugal sure do use them though.
Almost no one as there are no solar powered cars being produced and sold. There have been some prototypes, and some cars use solar cells to help charge the batteries but no solar powered cars are on sale as of yet.